18 Jan Healthier Hair, Skin, & Nails: The Benefits of Biotin
One of the most well-regarded vitamins for physical appearance is Biotin! Naturally produced, biotin plays an important role in a wide variety of bodily functions. Especially the health of hair, skin, and nails. Which makes it a popular ingredient in products and a highly recommended supplement in the beauty industry. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of biotin, and how Vida-Flo can help you to incorporate this vitamin into your beauty routine through IV therapy.
What is Vitamin B7?
The Biotin vitamin, also referred to as vitamin B7 or H7, helps the body metabolize protein, fats, and carbohydrates. This means it is essential for maintaining healthy hair, skin, and nails. Since the body does not store water-soluble vitamins, you must ingest them every day. Fortunately, bacteria in the body produce it, and certain foods contain it. It can also be consumed via Biotin supplements, which is the most recommended method of obtaining it for those needing to increase their Vitamin B7.
At all of the Vida-Flo clinics throughout Middle Tennessee, we can administer Biotin through an IV drip in as little as 30 minutes. This is the most effective way to obtain high doses of Biotin, as it is immediately absorbed through your bloodstream. Reach out today to work with one of our highly trained staff members, who will guide you through the right add-ons for your next drip and customize it to your beauty or wellness goals.
Biotin for Hair, Skin & Nails
B vitamins help create amino acids that produce a form of keratin (which our hair and nails are mostly comprised of). Obtaining it in small doses or eating biotin-rich foods can help maintain your hair’s health and slightly improve its strength. As well as assist with less shedding and a faster growth rate. For this same reason, it can help those struggling with brittle nails, by increasing nail thickness by up to 25%! Making it a great treatment option for anyone who bites their nails, as well as those using acrylic nails.
Biotin for the skin works slightly differently. In addition to Keratin, Biotin also produces fatty acids that nourish the skin to maintain a clear complexion. When the outer layer of the skin is unbalanced, you can experience dryness and dehydration. Taking Biotin will help with the production of new cells and boost the function of oil glands, resulting in healthier skin. It can also be beneficial for those with acne-prone skin, assisting with smoothness and overall appearance. This makes it a popular anti-aging treatment among those who are seeking to achieve more youthful and radiant skin.
Ready to reap the beauty and health benefits of biotin? Book an appointment at one of our Middle Tennessee locations online today! And be sure to ask about our Beauty and Anti-aging Treatments – many of these contain Biotin or you have the option to add it to your drip. To save on regular treatment, ask about our Monthly Membership. Looking for other IV treatments to bolster your Biotin beauty routine? Learn about the Master Antioxidant, Glutathione!